Miami craft beer scene starting to brew

Miami craft beer scene starting to brew

Visitors to Miami are being invited to hop to its burgeoning craft beer scene.

The Florida city’s craft beer scene has been growing fast in recent years, with numerous popular local breweries stretching across Greater Miami & Miami Beach, from South Beach to Wynwood, Doral and beyond, and new craft brew hotspots are opening all the time.

A starting point for any brewery tour is Abbey Brewing Company in South Beach, which has been brewing its own Trappist-style beers since 1995.

With a stained-glass window and wooden benches that resemble pews, this laidback spot has an Old World feel, and the beers have on-theme names such as The Immaculate IPA, Father Theodore’s Stout, and Brother Dan’s Double. J. Wakefield BrewingVeza Sur Brewing Co. and Cerveceria La Tropical are some of the many breweries housed in spacious indoor-outdoor warehouse-style settings with live entertainment, casual fare and food trucks.

Head to South Dade’s Redland area and Miami Brewing Co. at Schnebly Redland’s Winery & Brewery for craft beers are made with local tropical fruits: these include Shark Bait, where a speciality is wheat ale made with mango.

And build in time to consider popular beer hangouts like The Tank Brewing Co. and MIA Beer Company in DoralUnbranded Brewing Co. in Hialeah and Focal Brewing Company in the Little River area, near Little Haiti.

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